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[Testing] IVI prints with wood-filled filament

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The Baby Groot shared by joris97 was printed as it gets the most likes. The model was created by Byambaa.


  • Wood-filled filaments are typically a composite that combines a PLA base material with wood dust, cork, and other powdered wood derivatives. It is prone to nozzle clog and a larger size nozzle is recommended. This is also why we used a 0.4 mm nozzle in this test.
  • The quality of the filament means a matter of printing success or failure. If the wood particles in the filament is not evenly diffused and vary by size, it is most likely to jam the nozzle, resulting in a printing failure.

Below are the printing parameters for this test.

Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm

Printing temperature: 200℃

Layer height: 0.15 mm

Printing speed: 60 mm/s

Wall thickness: 1.2 mm

Retraction speed: 60 mm/s

Retraction distance: 6.5 mm

Infill distance: 3 mm

Cooling system: ON

LWH of the model: 123.35 x 100.1 x 154.37 mm

Printing time: about 14 hours 24 minutes

Source of the model

Baby Groot by Byambaa

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